Tara Delaney comes from a long line of witches. The men who marry them are blessed with good fortune. However, Tara’s own fortune has not been great. She was left at the altar, and now she’s inherited her grandma Brigid’s old house in Whiskey River. When she finally arrives in town to deal with the house, she meets the town’s mysterious recluse, Gavin. Gavin was good friends with Tara’s grandma, but there’s something from his past haunting him, and there’s something dark surrounding Brigid’s death.
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Heroine is a witch! Rare to see in Harlequin comics and hero with his spectacles and beard looks different from most other Harlequin comics. Something new that I would recommend Harlequin fans.
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- a witch?! 4
- JAB 06/24/2016
This was a pretty interesting book because it begins with a crying bride (heroine), whose fiancee left her at the altar because apparently he married her for her gift as a witch and not the woman herself. I don't think wouldn't have been a bad thing because who needs a man like that. The problem is that it was in the heroine's hometown, where everyone gossips. So, the heroine stayed away for two years and a couple of months till the grandmother dies, who was known by the community as a witch. Some of the people liked her and some avoided her. The hero is suffering from his own heartbreak wounds because the woman he was in love with was using him to get rid of her mafia connected husband. However, the husband shot her then got shot by her lover, who turned out to be the husband's lawyer. Now there's a twist to it. The both of them are strong and twice shy to be in a relationship. However, I liked how the plot developed with a sense of mysticism within since the heroine's mother, the daughter of the witch believes that there was foul play on the grandmother's death. I won't reveal who the murder is, but you will be very surprised. It's a great ending to read and note.
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